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Old 01-17-2012, 04:16 PM   #41
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There is. I spoke to Arjun about it.
Is this going to last a lot longer than a single disc setup? I've never had any issues with clutch slippage using the UUC LTW Flywheel/Performance Organic clutch.

Hopefully, they'll have actually include the clutch alignment tool with this for the non-M 6Sp...unlike their other clutch kits.

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Old 01-17-2012, 04:17 PM   #42
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We are currently installing this clutch in our customers Level 2 AA M3, with drag radials in the rear, so I think he will put this clutch up to a good test!

HPF Clutch is out, and UUC Twin Disc is on its way in!
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Old 01-17-2012, 05:11 PM   #43
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Is this going to last a lot longer than a single disc setup? I've never had any issues with clutch slippage using the UUC LTW Flywheel/Performance Organic clutch.

Hopefully, they'll have actually include the clutch alignment tool with this for the non-M 6Sp...unlike their other clutch kits.
No idea. It is meant to withstand higher output engine power.
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Old 01-17-2012, 05:16 PM   #44
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hmmmmm...

Wish someone had some for the auto's
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Old 01-17-2012, 05:32 PM   #45
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Interested in the price and how it will hold with back to back pulls running 800rwhp and 600rwtq...I'm guessing the twin feramic would be the only option? Clutch just slipped for its first time today...running race/meth and it was in 5th iirc around 5-6k rpm...I assume my current one is toast soon?
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Old 01-17-2012, 05:40 PM   #46
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Interested in the price and how it will hold with back to back pulls running 800rwhp and 600rwtq...I'm guessing the twin feramic would be the only option? Clutch just slipped for its first time today...running race/meth and it was in 5th iirc around 5-6k rpm...I assume my current one is toast soon?
Be careful with it slipping, as the Feramic material does not like heat and can fuse!!

How bad was it slipping?
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Interested in the price and how it will hold with back to back pulls running 800rwhp and 600rwtq...I'm guessing the twin feramic would be the only option? Clutch just slipped for its first time today...running race/meth and it was in 5th iirc around 5-6k rpm...I assume my current one is toast soon?
Well the bad part is it ****s up the dual mass flywheel as well once it starts to slip
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Well the bad part is it ****s up the dual mass flywheel as well once it starts to slip
Yes, this is very much true! And those bad boys arent cheap
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It only slipped for like 2seconds I caught it pretty quick. Went out and did a couple pulls in 3rd and 4th with no issue...dunno.
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It only slipped for like 2seconds I caught it pretty quick. Went out and did a couple pulls in 3rd and 4th with no issue...dunno.
Sidetrack question, now that you are driving the beast again, what are your thoughts in regards to traction with the R888s?
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Sidetrack question, now that you are driving the beast again, what are your thoughts in regards to traction with the R888s?
Dunno about the R888's for traction but I can verify on many accounts that I get full hook on my NT05's on Race/Meth. I just got my Meth back online after a long hiatus...(found another plug that needed plugging).

Did many pulls today...clutch felt like it slipped once but mabe it was just a fluke I dunno...it's not doing it anymore and I just finished like 8 hard 4th gear pulls.

Also found a weak link in my brake system...line/fitting broke on my rear right tire and dropped my fluid to nothing...so luckily I had an appointment tomorrow to get my PFC06front and PFC97rear pads installed so they can fix the connection tomorrow. I've got brembo 4Pot 345mmLotus/GT3 Style calipers in the rear fwiw.
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Installation is complete, and took it for a initial drive and was impressed with the drive-ability! Will post some pictures of the installation for you guys shortly.

Alan, I'm sure will chime in here on his thoughts on the clutch feel and capability once he can get some time with it!
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Installation is complete, and took it for a initial drive and was impressed with the drive-ability! Will post some pictures of the installation for you guys shortly.

Alan, I'm sure will chime in here on his thoughts on the clutch feel and capability once he can get some time with it!
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I am installing a E46 6 speed, revised DSS driveshaft and axles, and the uuc twin disc clutch in my E36 shortly.
Oh yea do it big!!!

congrats on the new record Mike!
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So where's the pics ?
Sorry,

I need to have them edited/uploaded, I'll get on that tomorrow.

Thanks for reminding me!
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I am installing a E46 6 speed, revised DSS driveshaft and axles, and the uuc twin disc clutch in my E36 shortly.
Mike, with the 420G (E46) tranny in your car, will you be using a custom built DSS Driveshaft or are you using an off the shelf one?

I'm curious because I'm trying to find a one piece solid driveshaft for my E46 and I'm having no luck.
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It is a custom one. We can build one for you. Send me an email and I can get you a price.
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